10 June 2010

What to do with soap scraps

No doubt your household, as mine, generates masses of tiny, fiddly scraps of soap. The kids won't use them because they are too small. You can melt them down and make liquid handwash with them or you can use them for cleaning as Cheapskater Marybeth does.

When soap becomes too small to use, wrap it in netting (orange or onion bags are great for this) and tie top with string. Useful for scrubbing sinks, tubs etc as the netting is slightly abrasive yet can be used on most surfaces as it is gentle and non-scratch.

Contributed by Marybeth

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